Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Psalm Twenty Three

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil:
for thou art with me;
thy rod and staff comfort me.
Psalm 23 :4

Mr D is walking this walk.
 Though in his heart of hearts he wishes he could stay awhile,
 he fears no evil.
We did what could be done.
It's all up to God.
Unless He performs a miracle,
Mr D will finish a race he has run well.

(you can follow our journey on Fleur Cottage face book page)


Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Esther and Mr. D--
Your faith and testimony gives us strength and encouragement in the LORD. Though this is never an easy journey it can be a peaceful one when you know HIM, WHOM you are BELIEVING.

The grace of the LORD Jesus be with your spirit.

Mary Ann Mast said...

Esther and Dave, Praying for you, as you walk this journey that God has before you. May you feel God's peace as you reach out to Him for strength.
Amos and Mary Ann Mast

Betty said...

You are in my prayers. God bless you all.

Anonymous said...

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Isaiah 43:1-3. I'm blessed by y'all's testimony, and may God continue to give you grace and peace from above.
Randy and Wilma

Anonymous said...

Thinking of you much and praying. Trust God is making his presence real. Much love,


TheGildedGypsies said...

Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Your faith is very inspiring and necessary. Hugs, Anne

Jana said...

I'm sending prayers your way.

Lydia said...

I don't know you except through your blog...but I have been so inspired and blessed by your responses to this journey of cancer.

Blessings as you care for Mr. D and prepare to say good-bye. May God continue to be near.

Praying for you this morning!

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry for your loss. I have followed you for a time and enjoyed all your thoughts. You are very family oriented and love nature. Please be assured that you are in my prayers.


Joleen said...

May the Lord give you joy in your grief so that the abundant grace of the Father will be evident to everyone who walks these next days with you. You have set a beautiful example of what it looks like to be gracious in loss.

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